Wow. This nose has the attributes only old whisky... no, GOOD old whisky can give; blood orange, huge passion fruit, guava and tropical fruit juice.
Peach and rich white grape juices too.
Dusty old oak which is given vibrancy with the tropical fruit flavours which come from the nose. A hint of patchouli and black forest gateaux.
The blood orange again, some delicate nutmeg, strawberry
Flavours like these are the reason wood maturation was invented. Excellent stuff.
Oaky with a sour note of cider apples. Damp warehouse. Reminds me of my granddad's cider cellar. Vetiver root. A touch of liquorice too. The sign of an old whisky. Opens up on complex notes of waxed furniture. A buttery note like apples cooked in butter for a Tarte Tatin.
Crisp, dry. Rich fruit cake. Beewax. Soft spices. Nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon. Hint of molasses.
A rich, complex spicy whisky with perfectly integrated oak. To be savored slowly and preferably neat.